Epicenter [noun]

Definition of Epicenter:

center of activity

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Sentence/Example of Epicenter:

All trips are based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma, the epicenter of Tornado Alley, a swath of land that runs from central Texas to South Dakota and spawns many of the approximately 1,200 events each year.

Complicating matters, Texas is the nation’s epicenter for free-standing emergency rooms that are not connected to hospitals.

France on Wednesday reported 3,776 new infections, the largest daily increase in three months, while Spain—which has re-emerged as an epicenter of the pandemic on the continent—recorded 3,715 new cases, the most since April 23.

Miami-Dade and Broward Counties remain the pandemic’s epicenter in Florida, with 25 and 12 percent of the state’s total cases respectively.

Wuhan, once the epicenter of the virus, tested 10 million out of its roughly 11 million population in 19 days in May, using pop-up test sites to take throat swabs and an army of district government staff to contact residents.

Zeidan and his partner live more than a mile away from the blast’s epicenter.

For the past several decades, Silicon Valley has undisputedly been the epicenter of technology innovation.

The ground motion near the epicenter was so violent that the tops of some trees were snapped off.

The location of an earthquake is commonly described by the geographic position of its epicenter and by its focal depth.

The Santa Cruz mountains suffered little damage from the seismic waves, even though they were close to the epicenter.